Mike Adamick is the author of Dad's Book of Awesome Projects and a stay-at-home dad who writes for the San Francisco Chronicle's parenting blog, The Poop, KQED Radio, and the Daddy Issues column on Jezebel.com. His work has also appeared in the New York Times, McSweeney's, Details magazine, MSNBC, NPR's "Morning Edition," the Los Angeles Times, and the New York Observer, among other media outlets.
"This book has 30 interactive experiments for Dad to try in the house (or outside if they get too messy). It covers all of the sciences, from chemistry to human anatomy. Curious yet?" * Real Simple * "Dad's Book of Awesome Science Experiments has those amazing (but messy) projects...that he will love to do with the kids." --Parents Magazine "Explosive(ly) ... Awesome." --The Denver Post "Mike Adamick's book...explains how to do the projects and then has a section called 'Why it Works' to explain the science behind the thing you just blew up. It's especially good for the early elementary school set, but it could inspire variations for those old kiddos." --Austin-American Statesman "A truly great book with 30 experiments that will be fun for the whole family, and that will help you teach your kids science concepts. We are enjoying Dad's Book of Awesome Science Experiments and definitely recommend it." --Stuff Parents Need "If you're a fan of science experiments and want to do some with your kids, there are a lot of experiments in this book. Most of them are easy to do with really good instructions and pictures.... This is a very giftable book." --Time to Play Magazine